Moët Impérial emerged in 1869 as a tribute to the relationship established in 1801 with Napoléon Bonaparte and Jean-Remy Moët, grandson of Maison’s founder.
The name honours the ancient bond between Moët & Chandon and France’s regal family, distinguished by their unique style, prestige and luxury.
Now this limited-edition champagne, housed in a bottle with shiny gold hues and amber tones inside, honours this rich and storied heritage.
The bottle also features a specially redesigned logo that erects the ‘I’ of ‘Impérial’ into a new symbol.
As for the champagne itself, it boasts buttery flavour and long ageing,with the combination of three grapes varietals: the body of Pinot Nero, the suppleness of Pinot Meunier, and the finesse OF Chardonnay.
The brut champagne has grown to become a crucial element of any meal served at the most significant tables the world over, and can be paired with virtually any food from entrée to dessert.
Moët & Chandon owns more than 1,000 hectares of vineyards across France.